We Build Healthier, Happier, and Stronger Men

Over the last decade we have helped struggling boys become men with our simple 5 step approach.

Men are becoming lost and are Failing To Launch. Here’s how we fix it.

Our 5 Step Approach

We Connect

with him on a level that encourages trust, transparency, and respect.

We Discover

his forte and uncover the motive that drives his decisions and behavior.

We Coach

him in the essential skills and character traits he will need to be successful.

We Challenge

him to commit, take the next step, and gain the needed experience.

We Repeat

steps until he has the skills and confidence to achieve independence.

Our approach has worked for these men...

Some of the things we help to overcome...

Social anxiety and/or AVPD is a common theme that accompanies Failure to Launch Syndrome. Sometimes it arises because of a lack of confidence, lack of experience in social settings, or simply the inability to communicate effectively. At Forte Strong, we help our young men feel comfortable in social settings so they can more easily integrate into positive peer networks and group settings. This also builds confidence in both academic and professional settings. Overcoming anxiety associated with meeting new people or being involved with interpersonal interaction which might bring up the possibility of being judged is a big stepping stone for many of our students. 

We have many students that are hesitant to create friendships because of the involved vulnerability, but we coach them to accept their vulnerability and put themselves “out there” to make their social life grow. We refer to this as taking “healthy risks,” and we encourage these healthy risks at our treatment program.

help for young man with social anxiety
help for young men with video game addiction

Due to the technology that we have at our fingertips, it’s not surprising that video game addictions have become a serious problem. After all, we spend over 3 billion hours a week as a planet playing video games. 72% of citizens (6 to 44 yrs) in the United States alone play over 18 hours a week or 3.6 hours every work day!

Video game dependency and technology dependency can become a serious issue if left untreated. Young men stop attending classes or even drop out of college altogether because they would rather play video games. Relationships, and personal hygiene can suffer, social anxiety develops and young men get stuck in a rut that is hard to get out of. With Forte Strong’s treatment program, our students are able to put themselves into a different environment, have a different view of themselves, and why it is important to be independent. We teach our young men how to utilize the technology in their lives to their benefit, instead of letting it overtake their lives. We teach them how to overcome unhealthy habits, replace them with positive habits, and maintain a healthy balance in their lives.

Confidence is the ability in oneself to take that next step, face an obstacle, and conquer a new goal. Many young men today live an unfulfilling life due to fear of the unknown. They are comfortable living with their parents and coasting through life. They have a desire to be their own man and make their own decisions, but are unsure of where to start. There is a big question mark when it comes to their own future, how to get there, or what steps are needed to get them from where they are now to where they want to be. They are afraid of failing before they even start! 

At Forte Strong, we have many different avenues that build confidence, not just therapy and coaching. All of our young men are involved with things they have never done before. They get to try new things in general builds confidence. It helps to illustrate the capabilities and strengths of each of our young men, which gives them a strong foundation of confidence that they can continually build upon! It’s always amazing to see a young man walk away from a new experience with a renewed confidence in his abilities!

helping young men with failure to launch gain confidence

Our 6 Pillars

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